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#5
Shes also saying that you can switch between different services if they make you, like from the army to the national guard to the marines, WTF?!! Smells like bull.
#7
Bullshit
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#8
Well they know your Social Security Number, birth certificate info, and pretty much everything else about you so potentially they could if they really didn't want you around for a while
#9
no, you can't be enlisted against your will by your parents, the army doesn't want people who don't want to be there, as they tend to not make very effective soldiers.

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Well they know your Social Security Number, birth certificate info, and pretty much everything else about you so potentially they could if they really didn't want you around for a while


you have to sign enlistment papers in front of witnesses, also it isn't very hard to get kicked out of the army if you want to be (but it looks very very bad)
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#10
even if your parents had your details and everything, you would still have to sign your life away on a piece of paper -- your parents cannot do that for you.

i believe "freedom" is quite big in the US, is it not?

check out the 13th Amendment
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#11
Bah, I would sign up my kid in the foreign legion. They get the real action..
#12
It's totally legal, better start packing your bag, junior.
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Bah, I would sign up my kid in the foreign legion. They get the real action..


And if they serve 20 years they get to retire with full french citizenship.
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#14
I'm pretty sure you can get into the Navy if you're under eighteen. Not sure if that matters in this thread, but whatever.
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And if they serve 20 years they get to retire with full french citizenship.

Wow that's an incentive.

Your parents can sign a consent form to enter the delayed enlistment program when you are 17. However you must still wait until you are 18 to join. Tell your friend she needs another lobotomy. The first one didn't take.
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#16
maybe they're signing him up for draft which is a requirement in the US. Other than that you can sign up to be enlisted in the military as long as you either are almost a high school senior or already a senior.
#17
you can join if your over 17. You must have YOUR CONSENT. Nobody can make you join the army. You have to sign a contract. In that contract it says (along with all the terms of your enlistment) that you have made the decision with a free, clear, and capable mind without mental defect and without coercion from another party. If you are 17 and joining, your parents must sign as a sponsor, but unless you sign and consent as well, your not going.

EDIT: and Jackal i don't doubt your knowledge but are you sure you still have to delay enlistment until your 18? i saw a documentary program on the USS Enterprise and there was a kid on KP duty telling the camera that he turned 18 a week ago. So obviously was in training when he was 17.

That goes for all branches of the military (barring national guard and reserves, they have slightly different age requirements).

You must register for selective service (the draft) at 18. The draft is not in effect right now, but they want a registry in case we start world war 3 with china and need to call everyone up quick.

Your parents can send you to military school, but that isn't the same.
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Some girl is telling me her friend was 16 and his parents signed him up to the military, wtf thats not legal, is it?

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